Qatar's Qetaifan Island North all set to become FIFA World Cup fan zone

Qatar's Qetaifan Island North all set to become FIFA World Cup fan zone

With Qatar all set to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Qetaifan Island North in Lusail City will become the fan zone for the football enthusiasts arriving for the grand event.

The Qetaifan Island North, a grand real estate project that is being developed, is expecting to host 15,000 football fans. There will be 4,000 different types of tents, including a VIP tent.

Areas for entertainment and food and beverage outlets will also be active, said Mustafa Al Cherkawi, construction engineer for the Qetaifan project. The Qetaifan Fan Zone is just two and a half kilometers from Lucille Stadium, the venue of the World Cup final.

There will also be travel facilities to the football fan zone from World Cup stadiums across the country. The first phase of construction on Qetaifan Island North is on the expressway. Construction will be completed in November and will be open to the public.

What to see at fan zone

Qetaifan offers a variety of attractions, including a water park, a retail plaza, a linear canal and a beach club. There will also be three water taxis to take you to different parts of Doha from the 1.2 km long Linear Canal. Spectators can expect live entertainment, an outdoor gym and food, and beverage outlets.

There will also be a Mexican Village adjacent to the Island's Beach Club. The Fan Zone area is also a recreational area in Qetaifan North. It is open to the public. At 85 meters, the Icon Tower holds the Guinness World Record for the tallest water slide in the world.

The tower has 12 rides and 2 hanging swimming pools on 6 levels. There will be an entrance fee to the water park. The fan zone is arranged in such a way as to ensure the best possible enjoyment for the World Cup spectators.

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